Jungliagaon – An Unspoiled and Unexplored Place in Uttarakhand, India
Jungliagaon, situated in Naukuchiatal in the state of Uttarakhand, is famous for angling. You can also call it a paradise and haven for anglers. The place is perfect to spend a vacation in solitude. Lust greenery, dense green forests, and gleaming crystal clear blue lakes circumference the place; much to the delight of the travelers. The pristine tourist destination is a perfect place for birdwatchers and wildlife photographers to spend an eventful vacation; capturing some exotic shots of the animals and birds residing in the adjacent forests.
As per Hindu mythology, the creation of Jungliagon is attributed to Lord Brahma, the creator of the world. A common belief is that the other places of Naukuchiatal have also been blessed by the Lord. The story narrates that in ancient times, the locals of the town had started meditating to convince the Lord. They had to withstand all the natural disasters and weather hazards but were bent to seek the blessings of the Lord. After meditating for days, the Lord was convinced. He gifted this wonderful picturesque place through his divine creation. Nestled within the majestic Kumaon Hills, the place served as a haven for the people. The locals believe in the power of the Lord. He is the protector and savior of human lives. The people in the adjoining places in and around Jungliagaon regularly worship Him.
The Flora and the Fauna
Flora and fauna are at their peak at Jungliagaon. The greenery around the entire landscape is a treat to the eyes. The forest area is covered with huge oak trees. The soothing breeze that whizz past creates a calm and balmy effect in the minds. Large fruit orchards of apples, oranges, palms form part of the dense plantations in the place. The key attraction of the place is the lake and its green and blue turquoise waters. The rippling effect of the waters, glittering with the sun rays creates an amazing experience for the tourists. You can sit and relax at the banks of the lake and watch nature's enchanting beauty in front of your eyes. The bright wildflowers and orchids here and there, enhance the enigmatic beauty of the place.
The place is a paradise for bird watchers. You can find many local birds and migratory birds chirping at the forests nearby or wading across the lake waters. The air is filled with the melodious songs of the birds, truly music to the ears. It is heavenly to sit amid nature's mystic beauty entertained by the twittering and chirring of the birds. You can find several brightly colored butterflies of different species and sizes flutter around. They are a sure delight to the visitors gracing everyone with their wonderful presence. Wildlife photographers spend a lovely time clicking pictures of the animals and birds from close proximity.
If you love angling then Jungliagaon is an ideal place for you. The lake is filled with various species of fish. You can pack your fishing rod and equipment and sit at the banks of the lake waiting for your catch. Many tourists hand over the day's catch to the locals or just let the fish sway away again into the lake waters.
Adventure enthusiasts will spend a thrilling and exciting time trekking from the Naukuchiatal lake to Jungliagaon. It's a moderately tough trek, as you need to walk past the dense forest trails. Strolling past the stunning forest trails and lakeside views is indeed a scintillating experience. Besides, boating in the lake is also another interesting and fun-filled activity. No doubt the place is an ideal spot for a weekend getaway or a vacation.
The Best Time to visit Jungliagaon
The best time to visit Jungliagaon is during the spring season between March and April and in the winters between October and February. Summer is hot as the place is not situated at a very high altitude, compared to other tourist destinations in Uttarakhand.
How to reach ?
Like all other tourist places in Naukuchiatal, Jungliagaon is well connected with rail, road, and air. The nearest airport is at Pantnagar, and the nearest railway station is at Kathgodam. Buses and cabs are available for hire from different parts of Uttarakhand. If you love trekking and hiking, then it is recommended that you first reach Naukuchiatal. Spend some time enjoying the serenity of the lake and its adjoining areas. After that start the 8km trek towards Jungliagaon.
Jungliagaon is an unexplored and unspoiled tourist destination. It is present in a secluded location and is less crowded. The serenity in its mystic environment is enchanting, spreading a surreal effect in the surroundings. So if you are planning for a trip to Uttarakhand, do not miss out on Jungliagaon.
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13 thoughts on “Jungliagaon – An Unspoiled and Unexplored Place in Uttarakhand, India”
Thanks for sharing this.. amazing
This looks like a lovely place to visit. I often visit Rishikesh and would love to add this on to a trip! I miss India SO MUCH. Your posts make me miss it even more!
It sounds like a stunning place to visit. I’d love to go and see all the birds.
Hi, thank you for posting this. I’ve never been in India but I always wanted to plan a trip there and some friends told me it’s an awesome country. When the pandemic ends I’d like to take a flight. Saved your post. – Paolo
I think India is one the world’s hidden beauties! I have recently seen so many amazing places in India – just like this one.
India, living in Italy, is for me really a distant place almost unreachable, but which has always illuminated my imagination!
There are so many lovely places to visit in India. My husband would enjoy the fishing here!
I have never heard of Jungliagaon, but it seems like a lovely place to visit. I might have to plan a trip there one day.
This place looks stunning, and the view overlooking the lake is majestic. I can enjoy my time sipping coffee and watch the lake 🙂
This looks absolutely beautiful – and due to the greeneries there seems to be so much freshness to it instead of this exhausting killer heat. A great combination of architecture and landscape – just beautiful.
I would love to fish in Jungliagaon. I haven:t fished in a long time but it seems like a great spot!
I love reading about the history/ local folklore about places. Such an interesting story behind this place.
What a beautiful place, I would definitely love to visit there.